[volt-nuts] do you like Labview in your labs?
Marvin E. Gozum
marvin.gozum at jefferson.edu
Mon Dec 6 23:56:07 UTC 2010
Thanks for a lively discourse on the thread I started ;)
This is what I wished to hear to consider continuing to write my own
or using a specific platform.
I currently write in whatever I can quickly get the job done, not
projecting long term maintainability; but its a trade off between
quick short term gain now or learning a platform because of its
reputation, a reputation I have to take on faith.
Some comments on the thread:
Open source versus commercial: why pick? Use what works.
Joshua Bell: playing in the subway is the wrong place in most places,
particularly rush hour. Folks are rushing getting from a to B.
Chuck, on the side, did your issues with Prologix GPIB adapter
resolve using Linux?
At 02:30 PM 12/6/2010, Chuck Harris wrote:
You are really doing yourself a disservice letting the experiences you had
>with one incompetent programmer keep you from enjoying the goodies offered
>by the opensource software movement. If you stay with the stable releases
>of Debian, or Ubuntu, or Mint linux, I dare say you will never find a bug.
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